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December 28, 2018
Redmond's Devices Team has developed its own open-source version of the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) core already used in products such as the Surface laptop series or recent editions of Hyper-V.
 
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December 26, 2018
NVIDIA has released the latest version of its physics engine, aimed at providing industrial-grade simulation quality at game simulation performance levels. The move comes shortly after the engine had become open source under the simple 3-Clause BSD license.
 
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December 20, 2018
Tap-proof internet communication is an urgent need worldwide. One possible way to enable it is to further develop quantum cryptography. A team of scientists from the University of Vienna has now overcome a decisive hurdle.
 
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November 30, 2018
When Tolkien's "Fellowship of the Ring" disbanded, its members set off towards the Grey Havens to board a ship that would take them way out west, to the so-called Blessed Realm where they would live on forever unforgotten. After fighting declining public and exhibitor interest with a string of ever-changing concepts for most of the past decade, Europe's big ICT expo – once a more-than-solid contender for Las Vegas's CES and Taipei's Computex – may not be remembered quite as fondly. Still, now that its operator Deutsche Messe AG has called off future shows at the Hanover fairground, many on the Old Continent may sense a faint glimmer of nostalgia.
 
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November 21, 2018
Its ongoing proliferation notwithstanding, Windows 10 has often been criticized for its combination of software-as-a-service delivery model, relatively casual built-in privacy protections, and lack of preparedness to provide users with meaningful controls. The warnings prompted several authorities – among them Germany's Federal Office for Information Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik or BSI) – to take a closer look at the alleged issues. Yesterday, the researchers published part 1 of their findings.
 
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October 11, 2018
Redmond's engineers seem to have localized the root cause for the flaw reported over the weekend: The problem has affected users who had enabled a feature known as "Known Folder Redirection" (KFR) in such a way that some files were retained in the original "old" folder location.
 
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October 09, 2018
The most recent release of its desktop OS, dubbed version 1809, is causing the company substantial headache: After its rollout to users on October 2 – which allegedly took place even though the build had not undergone review from registered Windows Insiders – numerous users complained that they lost a bunch of files during the update process.
 
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September 27, 2018
As you all know, Fujitsu has long treated customers to powerful, eye-catching mini PCs that help users save energy, support flexible usage scenarios, and let them tidy up individual workplaces as well as entire offices. In keeping with this proud tradition, we're launching the new FUJITSU Desktop ESPRIMO G558 this fall. Our upcoming webcast includes all the information you need to start selling the device successfully.
 
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August 31, 2018
Online trackers not only invade one's privacy, they also have a negative impact on the overall 'web experience': A study by browser extension maker Ghostery, published last May, revealed that trackers can massively cut into page load speeds – on a truly overburdened page, the rendering process may eat up more than one minute. Whether at home, at the office or on the go, this can seriously compromise the performance of knowledge workers. Plus, in the age of (mobile) broadband, it seems outright ridiculous.
 
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July 30, 2018
California-based security and data protection specialist Malwarebytes has released the beta version of a prospective browser add-on that's supposed to shield non-IE/non-Edge users from malicious and other unwanted web content.
 
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July 27, 2018
Workgroups relying on Gmail and Dropbox have long waited for a tool that would help them to better synchronize content between the two platforms. The Dropbox for Gmail add-on, which is available from the G Suite Marketplace, fulfills that need.
 
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July 24, 2018
Never shy to explore unknown terrain, Mozilla's browser developers have come up with a new concept that's supposed to help them detect memory errors in C/C++ code using the AddressSanitizer (ASan) tool and remote crash reports. To implement these functions, they've created a new branch of Nightly builds that can be run alongside other Firefox editions. However, the most original aspect is that users willing to assist the developers will be treated like participants of the Firefox bug bounty program (aka Bugzilla).
 
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July 21, 2018
Ever since the heydays of GeoCities and Tripod, Internet users around the world have tended to store increasingly larger chunks of information online. Today, that (mega-)trend remains unbroken, not least due to the fact that there's practically no limit to the purposes such platforms can be used for. From operating a web shop through writing a travel blog to keeping a personal diary, pretty much everything is in the mix, and it's only logical that everyone involved will at some point upload documents (like invoices or receipts), notes, conversations with friends and colleagues, graphs and other drawings, and many, many photographs and videos. Then one day, the inevitable happens: Your trusted hosting platform informs you that it will raise prices, loosen privacy protections, merge with another service or simply close up shop – and that you have 90 or sometimes 30 days left to transfer all your files and data to a new host.
 
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June 01, 2018
130 channel partners from all across Europe, 30 Speakers, 86 workshops, and three keynotes on important topics such as the EU's just-implemented GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing and IoT – this pretty much sums up what happened at this year's TechCommunity Workshop at Lisbon in mid-May.
 
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May 30, 2018
The Korean electronics and memory technology giant announced it has taken up mass production of a new line of small outline dual in-line memory modules (SoDIMMs) aimed at boosting the gaming capabilities of laptop computers.
 
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May 14, 2018
Have you ever wanted to spend a few days in one of Europe's most picturesque capitals while at the same time gaining comprehensive insights into the latest developments in ICT technology and IT strategies? Then next Tuesday''s TechCommunity Workshop for presales consultants from Fujitsu SELECT Expert and SELECT Circle partners is for you.
 
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May 29, 2018
Google's browser developers have kicked off the rollout of the latest version of the world's most popular web viewer. The new edition adds various security fixes, drops a less successful protective technology and supports the Web Authentication (WebAuthn) standard that allows for logins without passwords.
 
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May 25, 2018
The networking hardware giant's security division has identified a particularly nasty bit of modular malware that infiltrates routers and NAS systems, especially those deployed in SOHO environments.
 
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April 30, 2018
It's been said many times that few things help to draw attention to a scheduled product update as much as a little ritardando. Anyone who's ever waited for a refresh of a favorite console game knows exactly what we're talking about. Perhaps this explains why Microsoft's PR team didn't seem too concerned about the bug that held up the release of the original Redstone 4 build and obviously necessitated a major rewrite.
 
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April 27, 2018
It's official: The waiting period for the latest functional upgrade to Microsoft's desktop OS in what has been sarcastically dubbed Windows 10 Springwatch by a certain British colleague is drawing to a close this upcoming Monday.
 
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